The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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MAY 8, 1962 ifenfiw Published By Th* Upptr DM Moln« Publishing Co., Algona, lowct MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor Rev. Callahan, Former Fenton Pastor, Passes Fcnton — Funeral services were held Saturday, May 5, for Rev. C. C. Calfahan, 63, former Fenton Methodist pastor, in Kanawha where he was pastor, with burial in the Fenton Methodist cemetery. Rev. Callahan died of a heart attack early Wednesday enr6ute to a Belmond hospital. He had attended a meeting Tuesday evening but went home at 10 p.m. because he was ill. He had been bothered with ulcers all winter. Rev. Dr. C. H. Petersen, superintendent of the Mason City district of the Methodist church and Rev. Maurice L. Jones of Belmond officiated at the services in Ka- nawha and Rev. W. S. Paige. Britt conducted the committal rites. Rev. Callahan has been pastor of Methodist churches in Iowa for 40 years and he and his wife also served as missionaries in LaPaz, Bolivia. They served the Fenton pastorate from 1952 until 1956 and were in Gladbrook from 1956 until 1960 and then in Kanawha at the time of his death. Both Rev. and Mrs. Callahan graduated from Simpson College in Indianola. He is survived by his wife, a daughter Mrs. Eldon Addy, Park Rapids, Minn, and seven grandchildren. Fenton W.S.C.S. Has Installation Fenton — The Fenton Methodist WSCS met Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Ed Reimers led the worship and Mrs. Wendell Rusch was in chargl of the program. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Jessie Newel, Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Fred Mortenson. Mrs. H. A. Walker reported on a meeting Officers installed were Mrs. Lyle Newel, president; Mrs. Ray Stoeber, vice president; Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, recording secretary; Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, treas- urer; Mrs. H. A. Walker, promotion; Mrs. Hans Baago, missionary education and service; Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Christian Social Relations; Mrs. Clarence Yager student work; Mrs. Don Shaw, youth work. Mrs. Ed Reimers, youth work; Mrs. Frank McFall, Spiritual Life; Mrs. Jessie Newel, Literature and publications; Mrs. Wendell Rusch, supply work; Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, local church activities associate chairman, Mrs. Charles Newel; Mrs. Fred Mortenson, chairman, nomination committee. Mrs. Lyle Newel was the May birthday guest. The hostesses were Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Elwin Schlei and Mrs. Clarence Osborn. the "Imperial" of all + RIDING TRACTORS! * mperor DOES 12 YARD JOBS! $370.00 Exclusive® mowing — won't scalp your lawn. Choice of 32" or 26" rotary or 30" reel inower. Rear-mounted engine for better traction, (lability. Many Insta- Hitch attachments, inter* changeable without tools, for year 'round use on 12 bis. yard-care jobs. FROM SPRING TO. FALL. ., ICTST fcASY TILLING $144.50 Unequalled for dependability, performance . . . Just Easy Tilling! All-steel TURBO TINES till 24" wide — up to 10 inches deep. Fingertip controls. Come •l«— test-till Ariens JET soon. 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McFall Plumbing - Heating IN FRIENDLY FENTON Honored With Surprise On DafeOftfth Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause were surprised with a dinner and party on their 45th wedding anniversary, Thursday night, at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt. Mabel Dreyer and Art Krause were married on May 3, 1917, at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton by the late Rev. Max Friedrich. The couple have three children Mrs. Alt, Irene, Robert and Herbert, ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Dinner guests that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel, Amboy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family, Lone Rock, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mrs. E. H. Dreyer, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania. June Wedding In California Band Mothers Meeting The Sentral Band Mothers will meet Wednesday night, May 9, at the Sentral school. There will be election of officers and the junior high band and some Lone Rock grade students will play for the meeting. St. John's Aid St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon, May 2. Devotions and a quiz and discussion «n the topic of Smyrna was conducted by Rev. W. H. Friedrich. The aid is in the process of compiling a church library. Seven guests were present and the hostesses were Mrs. Don Berkland, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt. Mrs. E. J. Frank recently visited with her daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johansen in Minneapolis. The U-Deal-Em Bridge club met Tuesday, May 1 at the home of Mrs. Harold Wehrspan. Three tables were in play with prize winners Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth arid 'MfiCTPttttl Eigler. A total of $131 was collected from the town of Fenton in the annual Red Cross drive. Mrs. James Meyer, local chairman would like to thank everyone for co-operation and a special thanks to the solicitors Mrs. Peter Koenck, Ernest Votteler, Mrs. E. W. Ruske, Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles,-Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. William Hantelman, Mrs. Clarence Yager and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger. Dr. and Mrs. E. \V. Ruske were weekend guests of their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske in Davenport. On the May 7th, 8th and 9th they attended the Iowa Dental Convention in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland have purchased the house formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. John Light. The Berklands plan. to move into their new home in about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye anil family were April 30 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kerker of Finlayson, Minn., were recent guests of Mrs. Mary C. Hansen. They returned home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kerker and Mrs. Hanson visited Saturday evening with Mrs. Florence Saxton and Marquis Saxton. Sunday guests at the home ol Mrs. Mary C. Hansen were Mrs. Roy Kerker, Finlayson, Minn.. Mrs. Florence Saxton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Elbert, Corwith, Mrs. John Drummand and daughter Beth Ann, Rockford, 111. and Marquis Saxton. Saxton is Mrs. Hansens grandson, Mrs. Drummand her granddaughter and Beth Ann her great granddaughter. Mrs. Elbert, Mrs. Saxton and Mrs. Kerker are her daughters. Mrs. Henry Willicrg attended the funeral of a great-aunt Mrs. Charles Long at Eagle Grove on Wednesday. Enroute home she visited in Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Marsh and daughters, New Provjden.cp were April 29 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister. Mr. and Mrs. Gamer Hackeny. Mason City visited Friday, April 27, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister. Fcnton — Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt of Boron, Calif, are announcing the engagement of their daughter Beverly Ann above, to Floyd Earl Hammit of Boron, Calif. A June wedding is being planned by the couple. The bride elect will graduate from Boron high school this June. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brown. He was graduated from Desert high school in 1960. He is presently employed by the Pacific Borax Mining Co. Miss Schmidt was Miss Boron in the Miss California beauty contest last year. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Will Dreyer, Fenton. . April 29 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Feye and family, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs Harold Wichman apd family, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and family and Susan Trischer. Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Melviu Bralrud Ringsted, were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halversou. Mrs. Joe Madden was and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, draw. Mrs. H. A. Walker and Mrs. Frank McFall attended the North Iowa Conference Methodist WSCS meeting on Wednesday in Mason City. The St. Luke's Lutheran Ladies Aid, Fairville met Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn. The devotions and topic, Smyrna, The Glory of Asia was led by Rev. R. D. Eckelman. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger entertained Tuesday evening in honor of their daughter Debbie's 2nd birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck) were April 29 weekend guests of Stucki's mother and sister, Mrs. Earl Stuck! and Mrs. James Me- Cadden in Rochester, Minn. Lynn Ruske, Madison, Wise., visited over April 29 weekend with his parents Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thccs- field and family were Sunday, April 29 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Momses in Harcourt. a Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. Curtis Olsen was a Thursday afternoon caller of Mrs. Halverson, who is recuperating from recent surgery in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. James Krnugli and sons were Sunday, April 29 dinner guests of Mrs. Nettie Miller. Mrs. Krough and her sons moved into Mrs. Clara Seelcy's house and will be living there for about two months while Krough is getting established in Phoenix. Arizona, where they plan to move. Mrs. Krough is the former Alvina Miller. Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mrs. E. W, 'Ruske, Mrs. Paul Eigler, and Mrs. E. K;, Johnson attended the Republican breakfast in Algona on Thursday morning. Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained four tables of bridge Saturday afternoon, April 28. Prize winners were Mrs. Emma Reimers, high Mrs. Webber Yager, second high Floyd Said O.K. But Alas! Twas Only A Fake Fcnton — Floyd Duncan is a man who wouldn't mind a bit having a nice slice of ripe, red watermelon. But he found out last week that it's a little early In the season Tor that delectable fruit — or is it a vegetable? Frank McFall has a new Foodarama on display, and with it came various items of samples to be placed in the combination refrigerator-freezer to illustrate its load capacity. One of them was a perfect reproduction of halt a melon, made of rubber. Frank started down the street with the watermelon tucked under his arm, met Floyd, and asked him H he'd care for a slice. "You bet", ,„.said.Floyd, and started to take, V out a knife for slicing. Frank had to break Hie. awful truth, but we understand that later in the season he will make amends by getting Floyd a slice of the real thing. 22 Girls From Sentral Form A Track Team Fcnton — Girls track is being offered for the first time at Sentral high school this spring and there are 22 girls participating. They are looking forward to the girls district track meet 'which is to be held May 12, at Burt. The preliminaries and field events will be in the afternoon and the finals in the evening. About 800 girls arc expected at the meet from thirty schools. Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 church near Clarion. Bridal Shower At Fenton Fenton — Charlotte Thompson, fiance of Charles Kern, was honored at a bridal shower at St. John's Lutheran church in Fcn- ton on Sunday afternoon, April 29. The mothers, Mrs. Burdette Thompson, Clarion, and Mrs. Lloyd Kern, two grandmothers, Mrs. Amanda Kern and Mrs. Art Mueller and a great-grandmother, Mrs. Martha Mueller were present. Jo lene Mueller was in charge ol guest registration. Beverly Berkland registered the gifts. Rhonda Kern placed the ribbons in a net doll. Charlotte and Charles were assisted in opening the gifts by the >ride's sisters Helen and Elaine Thompson. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod was mistress of ceremonies and also gave a reading. Johnny Mueller and Lee Dreyer sang a duet accompanied Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Helena Dodds sang a solo accompan- ed by Mrs. Meyer, Rhonda Kern played a piano solo and Jolene Mueller played an accordion solo. Miss Thompson and Kern will be married on June 2 at a country (.ONE ROCK NEWS Mrs. Ida Schullz and Mrs. Doris Scliultz went to a shower Saturday at Winnebago, Minn, in honor of Ronalda Schultz. Miss Scliultz presently teaches at Granite Falls and is to be married this summer. Sunday guests at the Ilarlnn Leiningcr home were Mrs. Maurine Harr, Sheryll nnd Marleen: and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wehr- span and D'Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Bort Scdy and family of Whiltomnrc were Thursday evening visitors at the Louie Householder home. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT •••••••••••••••••I stepped- ^ CORN farming Henry Schroeder LONE ROCK, IOWA (14-21) SAT..2S BOOKS — Upper Der Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 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